JBL ProFlora u95
Disposable CO2 cylinder

  • Best feeding of fast and slow growing plants in small aquariums
  • Easy to install: screw pressure regulator fitting with the rearward internal thread onto the external thread of the storage cylinder. Pressure display on pressure gauge
  • Disposable cylinder, ready-filled with carbon dioxide. Non-refillable. Suitable for fertiliser system JBL ProFlora u201
  • Maximum safety: tested to 275 bar
  • Package contents: disposable cylinder 95 g, ProFlora u95, height: 17.5 cm, Ø 4 cm
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basic price 14,59 EUR / 100 g
Recommended retail price incl. VAT
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Product information

Nutrition for aquarium plants
Healthy plants are important for every aquarium. Plants supply the aquarium with vital oxygen for the aquarium dwellers, prevent algae growth and remove pollutants.

Healthy plants = healthy fish
Healthy plants prevent algae growth, supply oxygen, remove pollutants, provide hiding places and reduce pathogens.

For the plants to flourish the following demands need to be met:
Light as energy source for the photosynthesis of CO2, nutrients and trace elements as growth promoters.

JBL fertilisers supply the plants with all main nutrients and essential trace elements through the water. This way the plants can absorb all the required nutrients they need over the leaves and roots.
The capacity of a CO2 system depends on various factors. The carbonate hardness, the quantity and species of the plants and the strength of the water surface movement are decisive.

Details

JBL ProFlora u95

Art. no.:
6305000
EAN Code:
4014162630506
Content:
95 g
Volume packaging:
0.380 l
Gross weight:
320.000 g
Net weight:
295 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
45/180/47 mm

Technical Data

FAQ
Can I remove the pressure reducer of the JBL ProFlora u201 from the compressed gas cylinder u95, even if the cylinder has not yet been emptied and there is still pressure in the cylinder ?

No this is not possible. When removing the pressure reducer from full cylinders the carbon dioxide, which is under pressure, will escape and because of the volume expansion the cylinder and the armature will become freezing cold. Please do not remove the pressure reducer before the disposable cylinder has been completely emptied. Please also read the instructions.

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safety instructions

accessories
Safety information
safety information in accordance with GHS
Hazard symbol
  • GHS04
Risk phrase
H280: Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated.
safety note
P410+P403: Protect from sunlight. Store in a well-ventilated place.
P101: If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand.
P102: Keep out of reach of children.
P103: Read label before use.
Signal word
Warning